Baast Zentger

His family lived in the Altai for many generations and what is now parkland used to be their pastures. As result, he has seen how the park was initially set up and later how the Takhi horses reintroduction project unfolded. After working as a volunteer ranger between 2001-2003, since 2004 became a full-time ranger.

“Being a ranger in the Gobi is not easy. Salary is small and there is not much available in terms of technical support. However, this is my ancestors land and I take pride in contributing my share to protect it”.

He lives with his wife and two children.

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